LINGUIST List 6.1066

Thu Aug 10 1995

Calls: 2nd Call for PACLIC 10

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  1. "Tom Lai, City University of Hong Kong", CFP: PACLIC10 2nd Call

Message 1: CFP: PACLIC10 2nd Call

Date: Wed, 09 Aug 1995 15:18:50 CFP: PACLIC10 2nd Call
From: "Tom Lai, City University of Hong Kong" <>
Subject: CFP: PACLIC10 2nd Call





 PACLIC10 (1995)

The Language Information Sciences Research Centre, City University of
Hong Kong, is pleased to announce that the 10th Pacific Asia Conference
on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC10) will be held at the
City University of Hong Kong on 27th and 28th December 1995.

It was the consensus of the organisers of the 1994 Joint Conference of
the Asian Conference on Language, Information and Computation (ACLIC)
and the Pacific Asia Conference on Formal and Computational Linguistics
(PACFoCoL) that the two conferences would continue to be held jointly in
the future as the Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and
Computation, with the 1995 conference being numbered the 10th.

This joint conference brings together researchers of diverse background
interested in theoretical and computational linguistics in the Pacific
Asia region. Topics of the conference include theoretical and computational
studies in syntax, morphology, semantics, pragmatics, discourse and dialogue
analysis, corpus linguistics, logic grammars and formal modelling of other
linguistic phenomena. About 20 papers will be presented at plenary sessions.
Paper presenters will have 30 minutes for presentation and question answering.
Abstracts should not exceed three A4 pages (one additional page for reference
and/or data). 4 hard-copies of the abstract with the title, the author's
name, affiliation, mailing address, fax number and/or e-mail address on a
separate page should be sent to the conference secretariat (see below).

Abstract submission : by 31st August 1995

Notification of acceptance: 30th September 1995

Submission of full paper : 10th November 1995

Registration Fees: : HK$800/US$105 (on or before 15/10/95)
 HK$900/US$115 (after 15/10/95)

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Camera-ready
full papers should be no more than 10 single-sided, single-spaced, A4 pages
(approximately 45 lines per page) with 37mm margins on all sides.

Keynote speaker: William S-Y Wang
 Professor of Language Engineering
 City University of Hong Kong, and
 Professor of Graduate Council
 University of California, Berkeley

Programme Committee:

Churen Huang, Academia Sinica, Taipei (co-chairman)
Akira Ikeya, Tokyo Gakugei Unversity (co-chairman)
Byung-Soo Park, Kyung Hee University (co-chairman)
Benjamin K. Tsou, City University of Hong Kong (chairman)

Lydia S.C. Chan, National University of Singapore
Jyn-Sheng Chang, National Tsinghua University
Hsin-hsi Chen, National Taiwan University
Jaewoong Choe, Korea University
Zhendong Dong, ISS, National University of Singapore
One-Soon Her, National Chengchi University
Changning Huang, Tsinghua University
Akira Ishikawa, Sophia University
Masato Ishizaki, Advanced Telecommunications Research Inst. International
Yan Jiang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hisashi Komatsu, Hiroshima City University
Chungmin Lee, Seoul National University
Ik-Hwan Lee, Yonsei University
Kiyong Lee, Korea University
Shuhung Leung, City University of Hong Kong
Kim Teng Lua, National University of Singapore
Robert W.P. Luk, City University of Hong Kong
Yuji Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Technology
Haihua Pan, City University of Hong Kong
Jhing-fa Wang, National Chengkung University
Jonathan Webster, City University of Hong Kong
Dekai Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Paul Horng Jyh Wu, National University of Singapore
Tianshun Yao, North-East University

Tom B.Y. Lai, City University of Hong Kong (secretary)

Conference Secretariat: PACLIC10 (1995)
 Language Information Sciences Research Centre
 City University of Hong Kong
 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
 Hong Kong

 Fax: (852) 27889443
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